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for the pentagon. >> on our civilians it will be catastrophic. >> reporter: civilians like sue ann falkenburg, a single mom 3,000 miles away in california. i would have to get a part-time job to support my family. >> reporter: falkenburg is worried about the pay cut or furlough. >> i can't exactly call my landlord and say, hey, i got a 20% cut in my salary, can you reduce the rent for 20%? >> reporter: it's not just the pentagon. dozens of cuts including the fbi will have to make difficult choices. >> the fbi will have to be in a position to evaluate where the reductions will come from and that may impact the national security arena. >> reporter: the democrats' congressional campaign committee also goes on the offensive today. they will accuse republican of risking 700,000 jobs in order to protect special interest tax loopholes. >>> a total disaster, that's what one walmart executive reportedly wrote about a plunge in sales. i it's announcing its report this morning. rebecca jarvis is here this morning. good morning. >> good morning. >> what are they saying and what are they saying about the
if the sequester were to take effect. pentagon officials, however, confirm that those furloughs would not begin until april at the earliest and that furloughed employees would be asked to miss one day of work per week for 22 weeks. the reality of sequestration is that it represents a very small portion of overall government spending, no matter how dramatic or how grim the president projects the consequences. fox news chief political correspondent carl cameron has our report. >> these cuts are not smart, not fair. >> six business days and counting to $85 billion in across-the-board federal spending reductions. defense bases in 8 percent cut and other agencies reduce spending five to 6%. as part of the over three and half trillion dollar federal budget for this year alone the $85 billion sequester cuts amount to a tiny slice. only just under two and a half%. government spending is average 20% of annual u.s. economic activity. even after the sequester cuts it will be 22% this year, 10 percent higher than the average for the last seven decades. government spending is still projected to rise substan
. the warning was aimed at defense department workers at the pentagon and around the world. secretary panetta sent them a written message, as he left for a nato defense ministers meeting in brussels. in it, he said there are limited options for coping with the looming across-the-board cuts. and, he said: >> on our civilians it will be catastrophic. >> woodruff: within hours, top pentagon officials were out, saying employees could lose one day of work per week for 22 weeks. civilians will experience a 20 percent decrease in their pay between late april and september. as a result, many families will be forced to make difficult decisions on where their financial obligations lie. >> reporter: the furloughs could start in late april and save roughly $5 billion. uniformed personnel at war would be exempt, but in a letter to congress, panetta wrote that the spending cuts will slow training and the procurement of weapons. the result, he said, will be a hollow force. the nation's top military leader had said as much last week at a senate hearing on the automatic cuts. chair of the joint chiefs of staf
. >>> there are now just 9 days before automatic spending cuts are set to take place and the pentagon is issuing a dire warning. military officials say almost 800,000 civilian workers could be forced to take a day of unpaid leave each week. that's the equivalent of a 20% pay cut. the furlough which starts in the last week of april and continue for at least 22 weeks. >> these critical members of our workforce work in our depos they maintain our tanks, aircraft, ships. they teach our kids. >> the order also doesn't differentiate between essential and nonessential personnel however the pentagon could approve waivers if congress doesn't strike a deficit reduction deal by the march sst dealt line affected workers would get at least 30 days advance notice. >>> the opening rounds of pga match play championship will resume tomorrow after a snow delay in arizona. this is what it looked like this morning at dove mountain north of tucson. the pros got in over 3 hours of golf before play had to be stopped. after that the only thing happening on the green was a snowball fight. it was the second time in t
sources, our pentagon unit tells us the reason for is not the health reasons that were cited on the part of general allen's wife in his statement, but rather that these e-mails probably would have been dredged up bay confirmation hearing for the post at nato that you mentioned, and that our sources say that they were the equivalent for e-mail of phone sex, not the kind of e-mails you would want your wife to see. so they wouldn't survive what we call the jumbo tron test. >> bill: okay. that makes sense. he doesn't want to harm his wife and family. that's what happens. all right. gentlemen, thanks very much. next week, we'll know all about this investigation. >> i'm traveling with secretary kerry in europe and the middle east next week. maybe the week after that. >> bill: all right. you give the best to the senator who is now the secretary. okay? >> i shall. >> bill: come right back, it will be miller time. the president and tiger woods and some racial controversy over the sports illustrated swim suit edition. miller is next >> bill: thanks for staying with us. i'm bill o'reilly. miller ti
is now warning that the pentagon is planning a partial virgo. dagen: to wait in "wall street journal" board member, jason riley. if you look at, it will only be about 45 billion discretionary mandatory cuts. >> we are talking about 7% in defense, 5% and domestic spending. the sequestration goes through, you know, the first responders will go away. cities will burn. border control, at this rate, illegal immigrants will raid this country. connell: you think it is basically no big deal. it is a pretty small percentage. >> there are no efficiencies to be found in government? connell: some republicans will say we do not want to cut the fence. we would rather see the cuts come from elsewhere. >> i think they could be handled responsibly. republicans are trying to give the president some discretion on where the cuts are applied. harry reid and other democrats, however, respond to that. i think this can be done responsibly. whether it is domestic spending or defense. what the president does have in his advantage here is republicans are somewhat divided in this. i think it is important for th
thinking this must be true. so mitch mcconnell's office actually sent a letter to the pentagon requesting information about this special program including in the letter a link to the duffel blog post. >> stephanie: hilarious. >> yes, he was following up to find out whether or not president obama was giving benefits to get-mo prisoners. >> stephanie: we were talking about this yesterday how do these things get into the right-wing world when you are hearing questions about -- >> hillary clinton: turkey? >> right. and here is how it happens. republicans were so far behind the eight ball when it comes to technology. i did not realize that that digital divide included google. >> stephanie: right. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: you have got to hear -- at writer explained this how he inadvertently created the myth that chuck hagel spoke to a nonexistent hamas group. >> exactly. and then they dig their heels in. basically what happened this guy dan friedman wrote -- he was trying to get out of his sources for stories, and he was joking around with the republi
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